Police Blotter

10 Apr, 2014

By Alana Keeley

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The good weather is bringing out all kinds of people, particularly those that like to rummage through your car.


 


Town of Mamaroneck


Grand Larceny. On March 31, a NYS Drivers License and a Platinum MasterCard were stolen from an unlocked vehicle located on Mountain Avenue.


Petit Larceny. On March 31, an iPhone charger valued at $40 and $2.00 were stolen from a car located on Poplar Road


Petit Larceny. On March 31, $250.00 was stolen from a car located on Vine Road.


Petit Larceny, On March 31, another car burglary took place located on Villa Road where a quantity of Diet Snapple valued at $12.00 and $5.00 were stolen from the unlocked vehicle.


Criminal Trespass in the 3rd degree. On April 1, victim reported that suspect trespassed on property located on Wagon Wheel Road. No charges were pressed.


 


Village of Mamaroneck:


Petit Larceny. On March 31, an iPad Mini valued at $400 was stolen at an undisclosed location located on Hornridge Road.


Petit Larceny. On April 1, a laptop valued at $2300 was stolen at an undisclosed location located on Palmer Avenue.


Petit Larceny. On April 2, various clothes worth $240 were stolen from a dryer at a Laundromat located on West Boston Post Road.


Larceny. On April 3, complaint reports that unknown person entered garage located on Standish Place and stole lawn mower.


Assault. On April 5, 25-year-old male was involved in a physical altercation with a 49-year-old male from New Rochelle. 25-year-old male was sent to local hospital with facial injuries. No further charges were pressed.


Burglary. Complaint reports that unknown person entered premises located on Halstead Avenue and took two leaf blowers valued a total of $1400.


 


 Village of Larchmont:


VEHICLE IMPOUND


A scofflaw vehicle with $595 in outstanding fines was impounded from Palmer Ave on 3/24.


BURGLARY


An Iselin Terrace resident reported on 3/26 that sometime during the overnight hours someone entered her residence and removed property valued in excess of $2600.
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